A Meissen porcelain lady as an allegory of Fortuna

A Meissen porcelain lady as an allegory of Fortuna

Large figures of the goddess of fate and a putto standing on a golden globe. She holds a cornucopia overflowing with flowers, coral, shells, and coins. The front of the plinth inscribed in gold "Fortuna". The back of the plinth impressed "H. Schwabe 1883". Blue crossed swords mark with pronounced pommels and cancellation, incised model no. M.188, impressed 137, gilt 32. Retouched gilding to the left edge of the plinth. H 62.5 cm.
The model by Heinrich Schwabe, 1883.

Provenance

Private collection, Baden-Württemberg.

Lot 783 Dα

Estimate:
8.000 € - 10.000 €

Result:
9.300 €